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Help High School Woods Become Bird Sanctuary

You can volunteer your time on Sunday, December 8, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Radnor High School, the corner of Route 30 and N. Radnor Chester Road.

Martha Brown's Woods, the property that runs along Route 30 at the high school.
Martha Brown's Woods, the property that runs along Route 30 at the high school.
Radnor High School and Radnor Bird Town are working together on a project at the high school that will designate Martha Brown's Woods, the property that runs along Route 30 at the high school, as a Bird Sanctuary.  

The goal is to improve the woods by controlling invasive plants and establishing more native plants into the landscape there. This is a long term goal that will require stewardship from the students, teachers and community, at the school in the upcoming years.

Additionally the plan is to:
  • Create signage that will share the benefits of the woods to our community.
  • Improve and extend the trail within the woods.
  • Hold organized birding events.
  • Enclose all or part of the woods to sustain native plants.

The first step of this project is to have a workday to keep invasive plants at bay and pick-up trash from the woods. You can volunteer your time on Sunday, December 8, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Radnor High School, the corner of Route 30 and N. Radnor Chester Road.  

Steven Saffier of Audubon will give instruction about plants to remove or cut back, beginning at 10 a.m. For more information contact: 610.527.9445.

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